Rodong Sinmun Flails S. Korean Regime’s Acts of Sycophancy toward U.S.

Pyongyang, December 22 (KCNA) — The chief executive of south Korea has sold off the interests of the nation, being keen on sycophancy to the U.S. and dependence on outsiders after yielding to the pressure from his American master, says Rodong Sinmun Friday in a commentary.

The commentary goes on:
The puppet regime has to be exposed to retaliatory intimidation by the neighboring countries if it toes the U.S. line. If it kowtows to the neighboring countries, it is bound to face a frosty reception by the U.S.
Foreign media are commenting that such poor position is reminiscent of a shrimp getting its back broken in a fight between whales.
This is something quite natural.
History and the Korean nation are asking the puppet regime standing at a crossroads of its destiny whether it would take the new path of national independence by pooling efforts with the compatriots in the north or persistently pursue sycophancy to outsiders and dependence on them, regarding it as its inevitable fate.
It should draw a lesson from the fate of the Park Geun Hye regime which met a miserable end while pursuing sycophancy to outsiders, confrontation with compatriots and fascist misrule against the public mindset and the trend of times, and explore a way of volte-face.
To get rid of the inveterate servile attitude of absolutizing sycophancy and dependence on outsiders and the pro-America thought that it cannot live without the U.S. will be the start of its independent diplomacy and the first step in the course of achieving peace.
It should choose one thing — peace or war, national cooperation or dependence on outsiders. There is no other way but independence or worship of powers, patriotism or treachery.

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